Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord – Best Graphics Settings

Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord graphics settings – Tweaking in-game graphics or video settings not only gives you a smoother experience but also gets rid of performance issues like lag, stuttering, freezing, etc. Same is the case with Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord. Lets see if it is possible to make Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord  run for people with low end graphics cards by tweaking the in-game video or graphics settings.

Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord – Best Graphics Settings

It is always recommended to run a game on a medium end gaming rig if you want to find out the best combination of graphics settings for the game. There is no point in running benchmarks on gaming rigs with high or enthusiast level graphics cards. Because lets be honest, every single game will run smoothly on a RTX 2080 Super or a RX 5700 XT.

Though the system requirements of Mount & Blade 2 Bannerlord are a bit high as it requires a GTX 1060 or a RX 580 to run smoothly, we still went ahead and ran it on a very basic and mediocre gaming PC.

Here are the full specifications of our rig:

  • CPU : Intel i3 9100F
  • GPU : Zotac GTX 1650
  • RAM : 16GB DDR4 2400mhz
  • HDD : 1 TB 7200 rpm
  • Monitor Resolution : 1920×1080
  • OS : Windows 10 Professional 64-bit

Graphics Settings

The graphics or video settings we decided to go with:

Go to Options > Video

Display Mode : Fullscreen

Screen Resolution : Desktop Resolution

Resolution Scale : 100

Frame Limiter : 60

V-Sync : None

Sharpen Amount : 0.00

Now go to the Performance tab

Battle Size : 500

Overall : Custom

Shader Quality : Low

Test Streaming Budget : Medium

Shadow Quality : Low

Texture Quality : Medium

Shadow Type : None

Shadow Filtering : PCF

Particle Detail : Low

Foliage Quality : Low

Character Detail : Medium

Environment Detail : Medium

Terrain Quality : Medium

Number of Ragdolls : 3

Occlusion Method : TSAO

Texture Filtering : Anisotropic 2X

Water Quality : Medium

Anti-aliasing : None

Lighting Quality : High

Decal Quality : Low

Depth of Field : Off

Screen Space Reflection : Off

Cloth Simulation : Off

Interactive Grass : Off

Sun Shafts : On

Subsurface Scattering : On

Tesselation : Off

Bloom : Off

Film Grain : Off

Motion Blur

Now a lot of you might be thinking that all we did is set everything to low or medium and turned everything off. Yes, you are right, that is exactly what we did. This game is so poorly optimized that our low-end gaming consisting of GTX 1650, i3 9100F and 16GB RAM, was having a really hard time running Bannerlord. So we had no other option.

Benchmarks

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